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Tags: WASTE GENERAL× RESEARCH INSTITUTEN×

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Dangerous discrepancies. Missing plutonium in the U.S. nuclear weapons complex? Makijani, Arjun 01-08-2006 SDA WASTE GENERAL THEFT / MISSING DOE - USA EPA IAEA IEER JAPAN LOS ALAMOS, NM, USA MUF: MAT. UNACCOUNTED FOR RESEARCH INSTITUTEN PLUTONIUM ROCKY FLATS, USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WIPP
Disposal of long-lived highly radioactive wastes in France: An IEER evaluation Makhijani, Arjun/ Makhijani, Annie 01-01-2006 SDA WASTE GENERAL ANDRA BURE ENERGY POLICY, NUCLEAR FRANCE GRANIT IEER METHODS WASTE STORAGE MOX RESEARCH INSTITUTEN PLUTONIUM RADIATION MEASUREMENTS RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS UNITED STATES OF AMERICA YUCCA MOUNTAIN
IEER recommendations for protecting the Snake River Plain Aquifer 01-11-2001 SDA WASTE GENERAL RESEARCH INSTITUTEN CLEANUP SITES VITRIFICATION UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Insurmountable risks. Can nuclear power solve the global warming problem? Smith, Brice 01-08-2006 SDA WASTE GENERAL IMPORTANCE NUCLEAR IN TOTAL ENERGYPRODUCTION GREENHOUSE EFFECT DOE - USA ELECTRICITY PRICE ELECTRICITY ENERGY NUCLEAR ENERGY COST COMPARISON MIT RESEARCH INSTITUTEN ACCIDENTS NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS PLUTONIUM PROLIFERATION SNL SANDIA NAT.LAB. REACTOR SAFETY ENRICHMENT UNITED STATES OF AMERICA YUCCA MOUNTAIN
What is RESRAD and why should you care?  Smith, Brice/ PH.D 01-12-2008 SDA WASTE GENERAL ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB. CONTAMINATION EPA HEALTH POPULATION RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RADIOACTIVE FOOD RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS STRONTIUM URANIUM GENERAL UNITED STATES OF AMERICA